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Mykel Nicolaou  says:

Ace Café Burn Up swamps Brighton

This is the scene in Brighton yesterday when almost 20,000 bikers joined the Ace Café annual run to the coast.   The weather was kind with blue skies all day for the  traditional Brighton Burn-Up, and organiser Mark Wilsmore reckoned it rated as one of the biking highlights of the year. He said: “It’s one of the few events in Europe that...

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honwal

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honwal says:

was a great day weather was great, did'nt ride from ace but had a great run down from kent

ride happy ride free

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michaelpickin

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Great Day Out

Great Day! Loads of bikes and a fantastic atmosphere. With the bikes parked all over town on any empty piece of land, I think the final tally of bikers will be higher than you quote. The prom was chocca from the marina to Hove!

A few more pics at  -

http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=211489&id=738722005&l=99e637b639

 

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simoncbr900rr

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ooohhhh wow

what a load of shite for prat`s that think riding a bike puts you in some sort of army that swamps seaside towns.........get a life and perhaps some friends with brains as well

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aphmitchell

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aphmitchell says:

Lovely

Looks great, I went for a hike in boxhill (bikeless but nice to see the bikes at Rykas Cafe) which was nice and headed down t see the tail end of this event. Sadly on the way back though the M23 was closed due to a serious accident involving a bike/s. Hope the are on the mend!

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Trumpton3

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Trumpton3 says:

I was there

AS I'm from Brighton, but now live up the coast a tad, I popped down to show them a real bike. My Superduke :-0.......... then left for a nice scenic ride home.

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arthurbikemad

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Never again, bl e e d e n Harleys!

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simoncbr900rr

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harley

anybody who owns should be made to sleep with one sat next to them ticking over.....they are the biggest pieces of noisy shite ever built

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